I do have to apologise. But the journey to this point has been quite interesting and one for another blog… Now… where were we? Oh yes, just hopped of the ferry in Ios, drunk, ready to party.
He is known for his studies about brain structures and sexual orientation. LeVay was born on 28 August in OxfordEngland. He is openly gay.
By David Nimmons Tuesday, March 1, You might say that Simon LeVay rose to fame though a venerable locker-room tradition: sizing up the sexual anatomy of males. In his case, though, the body part in question was a speck in the brain's spongy underbelly--to be precise, a tiny cell cluster known as the third interstitial nucleus of the anterior hypothalamus, or INAH3.
As people pass from childhood into their teen years and beyond, their bodies develop and change. So do their emotions and feelings. It's common to wonder and sometimes worry about new sexual feelings.
A debut thriller in which a gay pioneer in the sexual orientation of the brain is surprised to be invited to an extremely homophobic American campus to lecture on his conclusions, where he discovers a professor who believes he can 'cure' homosexuality, and plans to use his 'treatment' on a generation of young men - with or without their consent. Read more Read less. No customer reviews.
Perhaps the most frequently cited study that maintains the connection between genetics and homosexuality is that conducted by molecular biologists at the National Institutes of Health under the direction of Dean Hamer in Men inherit this chromosome only from their mothers, not from their fathers. In his report Hamer, who is a gay man, concludes that there is a strong genetic basis for homosexuality, although he admits that the environment also has a part to play.